Surprising Facts About Logic Games

Logic games are best known for analytical reasoning as it appears on the Law School Admission Test. A logic game section contains 5-8 question games totaling 22-25 questions.

In this article, we will discuss the amazing facts about logic games

  • Brain Teasers

Logic games are brain teasers which in turn boost your problem solving skills. Solving puzzles help gamers to figure out which pieces fit together and assist them in remembering different shapes and colors. Gamers who keep their minds active with puzzles have delayed symptoms of dementia.

  • Improved Concentration

Logic games go hand in hand with thinking, reasoning, and problem-solving, requiring a lot of concentration for positive results. Some logic games have math word problems or crossword puzzles, and a lot of attention is incorporated.

  • Provides Coding Opportunities

Most logic games are solved step by step, and you have to get the sequence correctly for the solution to work. This is how coding technology works, and most gamers are increasingly embracing coding. 

  • Reduces Boredom

Logic games such as puzzles and Sudoku keep gamers engaged throughout therefore reducing boredom. Gamers spend most of their time trying to solve logic game problems.

  • Improves Word Power

Word games involve the use of different words to solve a problem. You incorporate different words to help them solve the puzzle, therefore, learning new words which improve their word power.

  • Boost Self Esteem

We all love winning, and finding an impressive answer when solving a puzzle is a mood booster that helps boost self-esteem and alleviates anxiety.

  • Build Social connections.

Trying to find answers in challenging word games and puzzles in a group setting promotes group discussion and social interaction. When gamers come up with new and never heard words, they tend to look for the meaning and correct spelling, therefore improving their relationships and the ability to cooperate and teamwork.

  • Stimulates New Learning

Stepping up from easy and familiar to harder games stimulates thinking skills and learning because your mind generates new memories for you to solve the puzzle and enjoy the benefits.

  • Formalizes Thinking into a Step by Step Process

Strategy and organization are essential when tackling logic games, analyzing logic puzzles, and taking notes clearly and concisely formalizes thinking.

Each problem in the analytical reasoning of logic games requires gamers to come up with a step-by-step process in finding the answer.

  • Greater attention to detail

Logic games enhance attention to detail. For example, when solving a puzzle and the pieces are very similar, you tend to pay attention to details and find minor differences in color and shape to help you complete the image. The attention to detail aspect also helps us in our day-to-day lives, helping improve the quality of our work.

  • Increased Productivity 

Logic games increase productivity. If you’re having trouble staying focused at work or during studies, you can consider taking a break to do a puzzle that will reset your mind, disconnect you from work or studies, and go back refreshed and ready to start again.

  • Better Visual-Spatial Reasoning

When assembling a puzzle, you see different pieces which must be placed in a larger image. This exercise helps improve your spatial reasoning.

Logic games require the use of the process of logical deduction to solve, and as discussed above on the facts of logic games, it is important to incorporate them in our day-to-day lives.



Helen is a multi-published, award-winning author of over 30 books, including the delightful Ivy & Bean series. She has written novels for young adults, including YA romantic comedies, and has written BBC drama.

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